Windhoek Observer

SOE changes imminent

Major reforms in the operations of state-owned enterprises are expected soon, with Public Enterprises minister, Leon Jooste having tabled the new Public Enterprises Governance Act in parliament on Thursday.

MultiChoice Namibia rules out listing

MultiChoice Namibia has ruled out the possibility of listing the business on the Namibia Stock Exchange following in the footsteps of the MultiChoice Group (MCG) which was listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) last month after Naspers completed the unbundling of its shares in the business.

Capricorn upbeat on Cavmont Bank turnaround

Capricorn Investment Group (CIG) is placing its bet on new management at struggling Zambian unit, Cavmont Bank to implement a successful turnaround.

Oprah at Paris Fashion Week

Words were almost inaudible amid the screams when Stella McCartney presented her collection at Paris Fashion Week Monday, which toyed with draping and upcycling.

Khomas to hold netball trials for newspaper cup

The Khomas Netball Region will hold trials on Saturday to select an Under-20 Khomas team for the upcoming annual The Namibian Newspaper Cup slated for Mariental from 19 to 22 April.

Ruben to compete at Special Olympics Summer Games

Namibia’s 2015 Special Olympics World Summer Games half marathon gold medallist Ruben //Gowaseb is ready to represent the country at this year’s World Summer Games in Abu Dhabi.

Sports Expo will benefit the youth: Uutoni

The Minister of Sport, Youth and National Service, Erastus Uutoni said the planned Sports Expo will benefit Namibian youth in various ways.

Four inmates escape from Omega Police Station

Four inmates escaped from the Omega Police Station holding cells in the Kavango East Region on Friday, Namibian Police spokesperson, Kauna Shikwambi , has said.

Construction workers demonstrate against foreign companies

About 200 construction workers handed over petitions to the ministries of works and transport, finance, as well as the Roads Authority (RA) on Tuesday, demanding, among others, that all capital construction projects be awarded to Namibian companies.

Fuel prices to remain unchanged in March

The Ministry of Mines and Energy announced Friday that fuel prices will remain unchanged in March despite an increase in oil prices across the globe as the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) cut supplies.

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